Apollo Pro-Spray 1500 Spraying Unit


Model: Apollo Pro-Spray 1500
Motor: 1500 Watts
Voltage: 220-240 volts
Turbine Stages: 3
Air Hose: 6 Meter
Spray Set Up: 1.3 mm
HxWxD: 26x31x25 CM
Available On Request 110 Volt
Weight: 15 KG
SKU: Apollo-Pro-Spray-1500 Categories: , ,


All Apollo HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure) paint sprayers are supplied to you in a neat, compact package including the turbine power unit, air hose and spray gun. Turbines are oil free so you have no need for regular maintenance, just a filter change from time to time.  Simplicity itself to use, no special skills are required for you to achieve that perfect finish.


Designed for the serious paint sprayer, this model has a powerful 1500 watt 3 stage turbine and the ability to handle all types of coatings. The all new ANB300
Proline aluminum spray gun is the ultimate in feel and performance and comes to you as standard with this model.

Key Spray Gun features are ;
1-Non-Bleed Gun means air shuts off when the trigger is released reducing dust lift.
2-Stainless Steel Needle & Jet Assembly – essential with water borne coatings.
3-Smooth, controllable trigger action for your perfect finish.
4-Ergonomic, “stay cool” handle so it remains comfortable in your hand.
5-Adjustable fan pattern from horizontal to vertical.
6-Additional spot controller for super fine detail work.
7-With storage cap.
8-A useful range of optional extras are available to help get the best from your ANB300 Spray Gun
9-Spray Set Up Needles Available in Sizes:
10-Also available: 250ml paint cup for those small quantities, or for your use in confined spaces .

APOLLO High Volume Low Pressure Sprayers:  Q & A’S

Some of the most frequently asked questions about HVLP paint spraying to help you choose the Apollo Paint Sprayer that’s right for you.

I have read about HVLP Sprayers, what does this mean?
HVLP stands for high volume low pressure.  Unlike conventional sprayers,
the air is delivered in high volumes but at low pressure.  It is the tremendous
volume of air that causes the paint to atomise, not the air pressure.

What is the advantage of HVLP?
Many!  As the air is delivered at low pressure, the paint lands on the surface
being sprayed and does not ‘bounce back’ or cause spray fog – the biggest
drawback of spraying.  This means that you will use about 40% less paint and
because the overspray is so little, when spraying small or individual sections,
you only need to mask off the immediate area.

But will it spray all types of paint?
The Apollo systems will handle virtually all types of paint, including cellulose,
emulsion, stains, lacquers, oil based gloss, hammer finishes and primer fillers.

How is it powered?
The heart of the Apollo system is a highly efficient turbine.  Depending on the
model, it delivers up to 2500 litres per minute of dry, warm air. This ensures a
clean continual supply of air to the gun.  Unlike some compressed air systems,
you won’t have to wait for the pressure to build up, and no additional filters
or pressure regulators are needed.

Why is it warm air?
The frictional forces inside the turbine blades heat the air, which dispels
moisture and reduces the chance of ‘blooming’ if spraying cellulose.  It also
means the paint dries a little quicker so you can put on a second coat.

Can I run air tools off it?
No.  The turbine is only working at low pressure.  However, it will achieve a
better finish than many low cost compressed air systems, and is much cleaner and friendlier to the environment, because you are not releasing as much paint into the atmosphere while using less power in the process.

I’ve never sprayed before; will I be able to use it?
Of course, Apollo sprayers are supplied as complete systems, including spray gun,
hose, turbine and most importantly a very comprehensive guide to spraying.  This
is a stage by stage guide to spraying covering thinning paint to the correct
viscosity, how to set up the gun and the easy way to spray flat surfaced, inside
corner and cylinders.
With just little experience you will soon get the hang of it.

Okay. I’m convinced, which model do I go for?
That depends on your budget and the amount of spraying you want to do.
Spraymate is for spraying the odd jobs about the home.   Spraymaster 1200, having a more powerful motor, is for the enthusiast who does quite a bit of painting.
The models Pro-Spray 1500 are the professional systems for heavier everyday use.
Specialised coating may require the extra feature of this high power 1500 model.

What about after sales service?
Apollo has been manufacturing HVLP sprayers for nearly 40 years.  We have all machines
and spares in stock ready for immediate delivery. There is always someone on hand to
offer technical advice if you come across a problem.